Chemistry for Beginners
|Chemistry for Beginners|
Chemistry for Beginners is a puzzle game released on August 29, 2003.
How to play
The object of the game is to accumulate enough points to complete each level by building molecules from the limited number of atoms given. Players may choose to begin the game starting from level 1 or 6.
The five types of atoms in the game are: Neopium (green), Tyrannium (blue), Slothite (red), Faeryllium (yellow), and Krawkite (purple). Working with one atom at a time, combine the atoms to form stable compounds and earn points. At the same time, take care to avoid making an unstable combination. If the supply of atoms runs out or an unstable compound is made, the game is over.
To reach the minimum score required to pass each level, points are earned according to which compounds are formed. The longer the chain of atoms, the more points they are worth. To the left of the playing area is a chart which keeps track of the possible atom combinations and their point values. At the completion of a level, one point is awarded for each unused atom. Beginning on level 6, five bonus points are awarded for clearing the board.
- Game Link: Chemistry for Beginners